Monday, July 6, 2009

Modern Grid!

Good morning everyone and welcome to our CCEE Stamper blog. Are you ready for another challenge!

This week begins a new challenge month so that means we have a new challenge hostess which is Dawn Lusk. I am sure she has some wonderful challenges lined up for us. To start our month of Dawn has given us a technique challenge .... most of us enjoy technique challenge! This month's technique is the modern grid technique.

If you haven’t tried this technique before it is pretty easy to do, here's how:

  1. Stamp your image or images randomly over your card

  2. Now take a ruler and black marker and draw lines equally spaced vertically and horizontally. Make sure you stop your line when you get to the stamped image and then start again on the other side of the image.

  3. Add dots or doodles to some of the squares. You can also color in some squares if you desire. You could also add smaller image stamps that suit the theme or words too. You can see what I mean about other images and words by one I did when I first learnt this technique here.
So are you going to play along this week??? All you need to do is to create a card using the modern grid technique . Once you have created your card/project come back here and place a comment with a link to your card/project to this post so that we can see what you created. If you upload your card/project to SCS don't forget to include the keyword CCEEC.

OK now it i s time to check out what the CCEE Stampers created this week.


Dawn Lusk ..... Dawn a New Day



Cindy Haffner - Cindy Haffner's Corner



Frances Byrne - StampOwl's Studio




Tosh Leyendekker - Stamp Talk with Tosh




Cindy Motherway - This is My Story



Deb Mills - Feeding My Soul





Charlene Merrick - Where m&m's Gather


Well that's it for another week, don't forget to come back again next week

11 comments:

Cook22 said...

Well, that's a new technique to me! I'll have to think about what stamps will work - just as well to have these inspiring samples. Love the gloss on Cindy M's, and the way Cindy H's looks like glazed tiles - and Charlene's is making me want to go and cut a slice from what's left of DH's birthday cake.

Pat(foxy67) said...

This realy looks like a fun *trick*, (mothermark word) Love Cimdy M's glazed squares,Tosh's Season Greetings card,Frances pencils,Cindy H's flowers,Dawn's darling boy and tree,and Charlene's treat card is really yummy. Fantastic job ladies...Think I'll give it a try today.

Silke said...

Fabulous cards - ladies!!! This technique looks very neat!!! Hmmmm - I might try it this week?!?
Hugs ~S~

MariLynn said...

I haven't ever tried this TRICK. I am going to have to give it a try.

Cook22 said...

Well, this went in totally a different direction to what I planned this morning. I was going to do something with a peacock, because my mother used to have a lovely tiled ceramic peacock tray. I arrived early to a tea-party instead - http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1404844?cat=785. I'll definitely be trying this technique again - thanks, Dawn, for introducing it to me.

Carolyn King said...

ohhh...each card is just amazing and so different from each other....love em all!!! What a cool technique trick---never heard of this one...gonna have to try it! It looks great!

Traci M said...

What a fun technique, and outstanding cards from all of you gals this week!!
Well, I gave it a try, hope I did it right:
http://tracimajor.blogspot.com/2009/07/modern-line-tecnhnique.html#comments

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

Thanks for sharing this technique Dawn ... what fun! Here is my submission to the challenge: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1405898?cat=500&ppuser=95678

Hope you like it and thanks again!!

Heidi said...

i really enjoyed this technique! i think i'll try it again soon. thanks for letting me play!

heidi stock

here ya go: http://haphazardlycrafty.blogspot.com/2009/07/pile-it-on-challenge-6.html

Mojo Hugs said...

Thought this was a really original thing to do, so I just had to play along and submit my first card to one of your challenges.

I'm sure I'll be back for more!

MY CARD IS HERE

Judy Rozema said...

Love these cards!! Funny that it is today's Technique Challenge -- you all are so ahead of the game!